Question: Google purchased YouTube for 1 6 billion in 2006 Now in
Google purchased YouTube for $1.6 billion in 2006. Now, in addition to a search engine, Gmail, calendar, chat room, and other applications and tools, Google owns the popular video-sharing Web site. What implications might this purchase have for market power and concentration?
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